Stevante Clark, brother of Stephon Clark, was arrested Thursday on several charges including criminal threats to another person and felony assault, according to the Sacramento Police Department.

At approximately 10 a.m., Stevante was arrested and booked into the Sacramento County Main Jail for criminal threats to another person, felony assault, felony vandalism, and abusing the 911 emergency line, the police department said.

ABC10 spoke with Stevante Thursday afternoon. He would not address the charges and referred us to his attorney.

According to the Sacramento County Inmate Information website, Stevante is currently ineligible for bail. His court date has been scheduled for Friday at 1:30 p.m.

The arrest comes after Stephon was shot and killed by police on March 18. The incident sparked civil unrest and protests across Sacramento and the nation, particularly following the release of controversial body camera footage by the Sacramento Police Department.

The 25-year-old had been near the forefront of the protests locally, including a heated City Council meeting on March 27, which he later apologized for.

The protests have since diminished as the investigation into the fatal shooting of his brother continues. The Sacramento District Attorney said Wednesday it may be more than a year before she decides if the two police officers broke the law when they fatally shot Stephon, who was later found to be unarmed and only holding a cell phone.